As part of his “Rejection Therapy” experiment, this guy spent 100 days going to various places, making ridiculous requests, fully expecting to be told “No.”
On Day 3, he went to a Krispy Kreme store in Austin, Texas and asked the manager, Jackie, to make him some Olympic ring-style doughnuts.
Fully expecting to be rejected, he was pleasantly surprised when Jackie not only custom made his order, but also gave the doughnuts to him – on the house!
She even Googled the Olympic rings to get the colors just right.
The internet is now in a tizzy over Jackie’s kind gesture. Some are saying that everyone should send Jackie a dollar so she won’t need to wait for a raise.
If you’d like to do something, the store’s contact info is, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, 12586 Research Blvd., Austin, TX 78759…Phone: (512) 219-0119 (at least according to one YouTube commenter).
Check out the awesomeness in the video below.
- Sweet Krispy Kreme worker surprises man on quest for rejection (news.yahoo.com)
- Krispy Kreme, Give Jackie a Raise! (entresting.com)
- Wake Up Smiling: Man’s Attempt to Desensitize Himself to Painful Rejection Goes Heartwarmingly Wrong (gawker.com)